In this photo provided by Michael Calhoun and KMOX Radio, Lilly Leyh (left) cried as she hugged her partner, Sadie Pierce, while filling out an application for a marriage license Wednesday at City Hall in St. Louis. Earlier in the day, a state judge overturned Missouri’s constitutional ban on gay marriage, a ruling that immediately set off a rush among some same-sex couples to apply for marriage licenses.
In this photo provided by Michael Calhoun and KMOX Radio, Lilly Leyh (left) cried as she hugged her partner, Sadie Pierce, while filling out an application for a marriage license Wednesday at City Hall in St. Louis. Earlier in the day, a state judge overturned Missouri’s constitutional ban on gay marriage, a ruling that immediately set off a rush among some same-sex couples to apply for marriage licenses. Michael Calhoun The Associated Press
In this photo provided by Michael Calhoun and KMOX Radio, Lilly Leyh (left) cried as she hugged her partner, Sadie Pierce, while filling out an application for a marriage license Wednesday at City Hall in St. Louis. Earlier in the day, a state judge overturned Missouri’s constitutional ban on gay marriage, a ruling that immediately set off a rush among some same-sex couples to apply for marriage licenses. Michael Calhoun The Associated Press

Judge overturns Missouri’s ban on same-sex marriage

November 05, 2014 06:23 PM

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